Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane does not want to focus on things he cannot control‚ saying that if the Premier Soccer League (PSL) deducts three points from his team as a result of the Wayne Arendse saga‚ so be it. The PSL on Wednesday confirmed the guilty verdict against Premiership leaders Sundowns for fielding ineligible Arendse in a 1-1 league draw with Bidvest Wits in 2018. “They’ll probably take our point, but I don’t know if Wits will get three points. If they get it‚ so be it‚” Mosimane said on Thursday as the Brazilians prepared to take on Al Ahly in the first leg of their hugely anticipated Caf Champions League quarterfinal on Saturday at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville. “I don’t want to worry much about what I can’t control by saying‚ ‘Why now or why me?’ “I spoke about this issue on Monday after the Pirates game at Orlando Stadium and something came up. Maybe I must always speak about these things.” Mosimane said he had challenged his players to try to win ...

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